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GE’s ProLynx APXW012 DC/DC Converter

GE’s APXW012 DC/DC Converter expands the company’s ProLynx family with a higher power alternative and added synchronization.

August 4, 2015

GE’s APXW012 DC/DC Converter expands the company’s ProLynx family with a higher power alternative and added synchronization. It features an extended input voltage of 9 to 36 volts DC and programmable output voltage of 3 to 18 volts at 12 amps, which allows use across a wide range of industrial applications. Offering 2.4 times the maximum power of previous ProLynx products, it is designed as part of a cost-effective, “drop-in” alternative to discrete power design. The converter’s powerful Tunable Loop™ feature reduces needed output capacitance and improves transient response. The APXW012’s innovative, patented AutoLimit feature enables this module to deliver industry-leading power output across a wide voltage range, peaking at 108 watts at 18 output voltage. It also can be configured to deliver negative output (-3.3 to -18 volts), reducing parts inventory.

 

GE’s design assistance services coupled with decades of proven product reliability make the ProLynx APXW012 a smart choice for a broad range of vertical markets. It is well-suited for the following applications: industrial (automation, displays, test and measurement, security, lighting, signage, controls/control boards, energy and theater production); medical (imaging, clinical and lab equipment and instrumentation); military; aerospace; automotive (accessories and transportation); wireless and communications industries.

 

For more information about GE’s ProLynx APXW012 DC/DC Converter, please visit http://www.geindustrial.com/products/embedded-power/prolynx.

 

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For more information, contact:

 

Ellen Zeidler
GE
Critical Power
+1 972 244 9497
ellen.zeidler@ge.com 

 

Matt Falso or Howard Masto
Masto Public Relations
+1 518 786 6488
matt.falso@mastopr.com 
howard.masto@ge.com